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  Thursday, August 06, 2009 – Permalink –

Backup Your Word

Stand behind your documents

Backup/restore or transfer AutoCorrect, AutoText, Macros, and other critical files from one version of Word and Windows to another

    Stores formatted AutoCorrect entries, AutoText entries, keyboard shortcuts, menu customizations, custom toolbars, styles, macros.

  2. acl file:
    Stores unformatted AutoCorrect entries (the majority of your AutoCorrect entries).

  3. custom.dic:
    Words you add during spellcheck.

  4. Templates you create (.dot files).
MS Word's critical files

Word comes with a supplemental macros template that includes the AutoCorrect Utility. The utility is used to backup and restore entries. If you only do the backup portion, it will create a regular Word document that you can print.. In Word 2002/2003: it's part of the (included on Office installation CD)

AutoCorrect Utility

Also: Export AutoCorrect

[Edited entry from 7/3/2006]

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<Doug Klippert@ 3:40 AM

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